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Rural Vaccination Rates Vary, and Data Is Hard to Come By

Source
The Daily Yonder
Date
Mar 2, 2021
Summary
Analyzes COVID-19 vaccination rates in rural America, finds that in 17 of 24 states analyzed, the rate of people who have received their first dose shot in rural areas is as good or better than the rate in metropolitan areas. Discusses potential advantages for increased distribution in rural areas, including fewer competing systems, smaller populations, and close relationships.
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Access · Infectious diseases · Rural-urban differences · Vaccination · Wellness, health promotion, and disease prevention